Fujitsu revealed last week that it has doubled capacity at its plant in Sommerda, Germany. It used to share the factory with a monitor maker.
A Fujitsu insider pointed out that this news should put a stop to rumours that it was planning to buy Siemens' plant in Augsburg. In April, Siemens will spin off its semiconductor business under the name Infineon.
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